Hacking as a Way of Knowing was a three day workshop that asked
participants to repurpose electronic waste into tools that could be used
to measure environmental data. The workshop challenged the idea that
e-waste should be discarded, and instead used that waste as a learning
tool and a source for excellent mechanical parts. The workshop was
organized by William J. Turkel and Edward Jones-Imhotep.
Poremba, Cindy, Edward Jones-Imhotep, Rob MacDougall, Devon Elliott.
"Artificial Flower." Hacking as a Way of Knowing. 3 May 2009.
This group modified the "light listener" circuit of Forrest Mims III to create a flower that blooms only in the presence of artificial light.